SURVEY: Future of Coto Valley Club Area

The Village Working Group wants to hear your thoughts about features and benefits about the neighborhood that is most important to you.

In the July newsletter arriving this week homeowners will find a paper survey and self-addressed stamped envelope. If you would prefer to take the survey online, you can access it by clicking on the survey link. You only need to complete the survey once.

By way of background, the Village Working Group believes change is coming to the Coto Valley Club, known as CVCC. Silver Bronze Corporation owns the club property and the equestrian center. Stonefield Development owns the former tennis college and some courts. Both organizations are entertaining options that may result in the redevelopment of the club area. The future of CVCC is related to the discussions Silver Bronze is having with Oak Grove regarding the equestrian center.

By coming together and deciding what is most important to us as Village homeowners, we can better communicate our wants and desirers to potential developers. Our hope is that we can work toward a mutually beneficial plan.

Please take a moment to complete the brief survey by either filling out the paper survey and mailing it in to First Service Residential or completing the online survey. The input you provide will be used to shape a plan representing the Village’s point of view regarding any development or action plans being considered for the club.

Thank you!

Take the Survey

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One thought on “SURVEY: Future of Coto Valley Club Area”

  1. Good afternoon Do you have the July Village HOA update for us? Warm regards Jerry

      Jerry White,Publisher Mission Viejo News, Coto de Caza News, San Clemente News, Ladera Ranch News and Newport News (949)589-9990

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